Ops Kingfisher kicked off to a rousing start with lots of slopes, hills and thrills. After a good rest from Sundown Marathon end May, the trainees were anticipating some solid workout to rev their engines up for the Army Half Marathon in 6 weeks time – and they were not disappointed!
If you have signed up for the Army Half Marathon, we have a couple of remaining slots for the 6-week (10-session) structured half-marathon training program remaining.
Wait No More! The 6-Week structured training (10 group training sessions) Operation Kingfisher 2012 Program brings them all together – an integration of the best for 10km and 21km training of speed, track, hills, trails.
There was a birth of a new group run in July 2012 – The Brooks Run Happy Fridays celebrate a week of wins at the office and offer runners a chance to wind down to welcome the exciting weekend, every Friday…
Join us every Friday for some Run Happy!
to reserve your Training Slot!
About Ops Sunbird 2012
Operation Sunbird is a 12-week FlightZONES marathon training program to prepare runners to compete and complete the year end marathon(s).
OPERATION SUNBIRD+ – Comprehensive Marathon Training system comprising of a structured 12-week Flight-Zones™ Marathon Training Program, entitlements of Training and Race apparel, special discounts on training and race gear, discounted, discounted registrations for New Balance Real Run (NBRR) 2012++, and more…
+ Ops Sunbird will not come packaged with SCMS race slots. Please register for your personal SCMS race slots soon to take advantage of the priority and early bird pricing.
++ As NBRR 2012 is incorporated as part of this training program, you will be offered discounted registration fees for NBRR 2012 if registering through us.
Training will begin in September 2012 for successful applicants.
Click HERE Training Dates/Schedules for your planning purposes.
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Here’s a glimpse of past year’s Ops Sunbird journeys. Enjoy!
The Operation Kookaburra (Team FatBird) runners had a very good outing at the Gold Coast Airport Marathon (GCAM12) in spite of the warmer winter temperatures compared with previous years – with many of you scoring massive PBs and achieving stretched targets.
Hearty congratulations go out to Team Singapore @ Gold Coast Airport Marathon 2012 and Team FatBird Runners whose hard work at training have paid dividends, and even the few who did not manage more-desirable finish timings, your acts of perseverance and team spirit shone through on race morning. You have rocked GCAM12, and now its time to PARTYYYYYYY!
Check out the exciting report of the Ethiopia and Japan double at record-breaking Gold Coast Airport Marathon